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>> the news at 5 starts right now. developing news right now at 5, a boston neighborhood on alert. the fright ng attack -- fright ng attack and a search for a suspect. >> a man in court accused -- frightening attack and a search for a suspect. >> a man in court accused of attacking his nephew. >> and questions swirl about a deadly train crash in hoboken. >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. thanks for joining us. i am chris mckinnon. >> i am kate merrill. it's friday september 30th. the end of the week and month and not such a great forecat for the weekend danielle. >> it's looking a little dreary and dismal. especially for the day tomorrow. there will be some wet weather pushing in to the region. 58 in wofton -- boston right now. 40s in nashua and manchester in the 40s. upper 30sin plymouth. coolest to the north because
57 in beverly and 55 to 60 whenyou get down to the cape and clouds filling back in. so any sort of peeks of clear skies overhead enjoy it early this morning. the clouds win out along with areas of rain that will lift it back up over the mid and outer cape south of nantucket and we will get into additional scattered showers today. so have the umbrella with you. this may be overdone but will give outgeneral idea. look at temperatures. staying in the mid to upper 50s with pockets showers and that will arrive from south to north during the afternoon and especially towards the evening. this is the 6 p.m. map scattered showers for the ride home. let's get you on the roads happy friday breana. >> reporter: it's great way to start. traffic is moving right along on the expressway. i can't promises it's going to last all morning. but it's good right now. even 128 in braintree is wide open so you can expect normal drive times. 10 minutes from the split to
exits. checking the ride from the west also two big thumbs up nothing to slow you down. >> thanks very much. we are following several vellet developing stories this morning. two people hit by a tow truck at a busy intersection in newton. this happened at the intersection of beacon street and langly road after 7. the driver stopped so far no charges have been filed. braintree police searching for suspect after two men were stabbed in a movie at the amc braintree 10 theaterch the victims two menfrom hingham both 36 were rushed to south shore hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. and a warning from police after a sexual assault in jamaica plain plain a woman said a man wearing a mask threatened her with a gun took her cell phone and sexually assaulted her. she says it happened around 1:30 thursday morning in the
aware of your surroundings and not to walk alone if possible. a 3-year-old attacked in worcester and this morning his uncle is headed to court to face attempted murder he charges. >> let's get out to -- murder charges. >> let's get out to nicole jacobs live in worcester with more. nicole. >> reporter: kate, chris, the good news is that the little boy is going to be okay. he suffered nonlife threatening injuries. but many in the neighborhood wonder how or why he hurt allegedly at the hands of his uncle. police audio transmission details the 911 call. >> he says he locked his 3-year- old nephew in the apartment. >> reporter: an officer already there working a detail was the first to respond. authorities entered the apartment and fortunately the little boy was not dead. >> i really hope that little boy is going to be okay. >> reporter: neighbors in the area were shaken. one snapping this photo of a
house because i figure if you can do this to your own family you could do it to pretty much anybody. >> reporter: the 3-year-old boy's uncle put in charge of baby sitting him while the father was at work allegedly assaulting him multiple times. this man who doesn't want to be identified heard the child in distress. >> sounded like he was creaming but you know just pret -- screaming but you know pretty much crying and sometimes screaming. >> reporter: questions surrounding exactly what happened but it is most disturbing for residents. >> who would hurt a little kid? >> reporter: at that little boy's uncle has been identified as 21-year-old taj mcdonald and he is set to be arraigned here today facing multiple charges including attempted murder. that's the latest from worcester. nicole jacobs wbz this morning. the fbi is involved in the investigation into a mother who went missing during a trip at sea with her son. last night police served a
connecticut. investigators were seen taking bags filled with items from thehome. they are look into whether her son nagan played a role in his more's disappearance. linda is presumed dead and her son was rescued sunday after spending 8 days in a raft. he says the boat suddenly took on water and sank and he denies any involvement in her disappearance and investigators are also taking a new look at the unsolved murder of fa killed three years ago. nathan was the last person to see him and was once a person of interest in the crime. 5:05. federal investigators trying to figure out what caused a deadly train crash in new jersey. this is the aftermath of the crashch the train was going too fast when it came into the station and ran into the platform. wbz louisa moller is live with the latest he on the investigation. louisa.
be looking at material from that train. they will also be interviewing the train's engineer that means looking at his 72 hours prior to the crash and taking a deep look at his medical history. >> i have heavy structural damage and people trapped on the train. >> reporter: the historic hoboken terminal building remains closed to commuters this morning as federal investigators work to recover event recorders from the mangled new jersey transit train inside. >> the canopy of the car. additionally because of the age of the building, there is the possibility of asbestos. >> reporter: witnesses say the train was traveling at a high speed when it slammed through a barrier and into the platform. >> the lights went off and people started screaming. >> reporter: in the midst of the chaos, strangers stepped in to help the injured including this pregnant woman. >> the baby is fine but the ceiling of the train fell on my
fabiola a wife and mother was killed by debris from the crash as she stood on the platform. >> it started off as a regular day for that poor woman and her family no longer has her. it's scary. >> reporter: the engineer thomas gallagher was injured in the accident but released from the hospital yesterday. the 48-year-old has close to 20 years of experience as an engineer. >> he loves i should say he loves his job and it's just so sad. >> reporter: official also be looking train control could have prevented the incidentch automatic braking system deploys when trains run above the speed limit but had not yet beeninstalled on the tracks. one more thing investigators will also be reviewing footage from the train's outward facing cameras. live in hoboken new jersey, louisa moller wbz this morning. >> thanks very much. massachusetts is working to install the positive train control system that could have
jersey. it's designed to automatically slow down trains that are speeding and prevent them from derailing and crashing. that system is supposed to be in police across the country by 2018. but that could be extended to 2020 if certain goals are met. the cost of installing it in massachusetts more than 459 million dollars but 80% of that will be funded by the federal government. now to campaign 2016. donald trump will be in michigan today. yesterday he rallied to the devil when he gave support to hillary clinton. trump says she sold out her position as secretary of state alleging that clinton gave favors to people who donated to her foundation. meantime hillary clinton tried to get an edge in iowa where early voting started yesterday. she is taking a page out of president obama's book trying to get ahead in battleground states. clinton announced more than 40 new endorsements from republican officials. she will hold two rallies in
elizabeth warren has come out against charter school expansion. voters will decide whether to lift the state's cap on the number of charter schools allowed as part of a ballot question this november. this week warren put out a statement saying she would vote no on the question. governor baker supports lifting the cap. all of the state's labor unions oppose it. coming up at 6, where does elizabeth warren rank among the most popular pop tigss in the state and who could give hear run for her money when she runs for reelection. jon keller wil studio with those answers. partying big papi style. fenway grounds crew mode a image of david ortiz in the centerfield. one of several tributes set for this weekend. chantee lans is live with a closer look on what the team is planning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning kate. it's going to be a lot of fun and excitement here down at fenway park and it's about david ortiz that's because today is one of his last three
fenway park. dived ortiz was honored by the -- david ortiz was honored by the yankees on a on field ceremony. he and his family came up and received gifts and he was presented with a leather book full of greetings and well wishes from yankees past and present. then future hall of famer rivera held to unveil a oil painting of big papi and possibly the best of all a gift he was not expecting. applause all night long yankees stadium crowd. >> great ceremony you know, i want to personally thank the yankees for taking their time and honoring me and my career you know. it was a very professional and nice ceremony and i want to thank them. >> reporter: the red sox are planning their own tribute to the the retiring slugger this weekend. the final weekend of the regular season. the team has been tightlipped on the plans, one massive part
from up above. wbz skyeye spotted a much larger than life portrait of ortiz cut into the center field grass at fenway park. the portrait shows ortiz pointing to the sky as he does after each home run he hits. and there will be pregame celebration in all three games. the team won't say what but ask fans be seated and ready to go a half-hour early so that's 6:30 today and tomorrow. chantee lan, wbz this morning. the house passed a bill to rename the brookline bridge the big papi bridge. fans crossed the bridge between kenmore and the pike to wooch the sox at fenway park and a legislator says the honor is not just for play but mostly charitable contributions. the bill now heads to the senate.>> what else can we nail after him. >> let's name everything and beg him not to go. >> exactly. beg him not to go. coming up on wbz this morning, a change in the
opening today. what commuters need to know. >> plus, spend the day with three boston favorites. how to meet tom brady matt damon and ben affleck all at the same time. sounds fun danielle. >> that sounds fantastic. weather wise not so great. a lot of clouds around again today. temperatures only in the upper 50s. we will have pockets of showers arriving through the afternoon and evening especially today. i will take you through the hour by hour forecast so you can plan the weekend coming up and have my of the year yesterday afternoon. these are the 4th graders at in haverhill look at the pom poms they were so cute we had a blast talking about the weather. stay with us. you are watching wbz this morning. clear
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the outsidco are trying to deceive you. bankrolling question two here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million just last year - according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state.
it's the ultimate boston dinner date win a damon and ben affleck. >> it's for charity. the three released this video yesterday of throw way call to promote the contest. and things got heated. >> we can hang out and talk sports or politics or maybe tom can tell you his favorite movie of all time. >> or when you pressured him to make jason bourne t-shirt and it was uncomfort. >> he wore it. >> he felt bad.
up. >> guys, hey. >> hey tom. >> hey tom. hey tommy. what's up. >> t-bone. >> don't. >> touchdown tommy. >> sorry i am late i just got done with body work. >> yeah me too. >> so tom brady joins the call right and calms the two down the money raised will go to charity and the three men support. donate 10 bucks to enterch the more you donate the more chances you have to win. >> i feel like if whereby-- enter. the more you donate, the >> i feel like if we had a conversation like that that's how it would go. >> i have a feeling there will be a lot of entries. >> what a opportunity. >> let's enter and try to win. >> yeah. absolutely. our weather not so winning this weekend. >> oh. >> it's not looking great. sorry tonight bearer of bad news this morning. if i could control the weather, i would. but here's the positive. we need the rain so-- for the drought. 58 in boston it's not droughtbust are but periods of wet weather. wind out of northeast at 17
so, that onshore wind continues it will keep nuts cool chilly raw -- keep us in the cool chilly raw feel. 50s for most of us in southeastern massachusetts. you zoom out the view and there are areas of wet weather through the mid-atlantic and one batch in the south side of nantucket that will lift back over the cape and islands and some of it will arrive from south to north by midday and early afternoon. so there will be pockets of rain that develop today. it canly along the south coast through midday. takes a little long he for the scattered showers to us in northern massachusetts. so, i would have the umbrella on stand by today scattered showers even a couple downpours will continue overnight tonight and this is the map at 8:30 tomorrow morning. it's going to be damp. areas of rain and downpours in there too. we will continue periodically through the day on saturday. gusty wind off the ocean and it tapers late in the the day to light showers and pockets of drizzle for tomorrow evening. and then sunday, looks dry we may get batch of showers early
sunday map. at 8:30, notice just a couple showers around. and then a lot of the afternoon is dry. even by 1 p.m. kick off at gillette stadium a low risk of a brief passing shower. sunday if you had to pick a weekend day to pick the better of the two that will be the one. projected rainfall between now and sunday the blue represents a half an inch to an inch and half. let's call it an inch on average and there may be local higher amounts and purple indicates more than a half and a few spots where we get heavier downpours. 55 to 60 is it. area of rain and patchy fog. 54 degrees. friday evening or overnight plans heading out on the town you want the wet weather gear. tomorrow very similar. 55 to 60 for temperatures. the onshore wind essentially nor'easter continuing sunday the wind won't be as strong and it won't be as wet. we will be around 60. hurricane matthew category 2
matthew could become a major hurricane by later today or tonight. with the eye set on the east side of jamaica and cuba and back up to the bahamas by the beginning and middle part of next week. for us we see improvement but still cooler than average with temperatures only in the low to mid-60s through next week breana. >> reporter: the commute looks good. hoiive look at eastbound lanes -- live look at the eastbound lanes and you won't run into issues on the pike. you are clear interest worcester into downtown boston. now ch just over 10 minutes to get from the split to the tunnel. so everything is looking good this morning. now today, the nbta will open it's -- mb-ta will open -- mbta will open the new station on the fitchburg like but construction is not quite finished so service will be limited until november. once everything is up and running, the station will be fully accessible for rideers were disabilities and parking for $3-- for 360 cars.
the state revoke the license for a list of problems. the state stopped paying vouchers. photos of dead mice from the kitchen in the revere location and state saysteri's little pumpkins failed to properly feed children and had insufficient staffing and late payments to employees. >> i don't see myself getting a paycheck i come for my kids. >> have you not been playing employees. >> no comment. >> have you not >> no comment. >> i am really frustrated. leek i said, the things she was doing she should have seen this coming and we should have been warned. >> state child care vouchers accounted for 09% of the funding. in letter to employees they were told without the state funding they won't be paid. the search is on for two people wanted in home invasion in hanson. this is a photo of one of the suspects.
shirts broke into home on main street in hanson before 11 yesterday morning. at least one of the men what gun. local schools and neighborshood - neighborhoods were ordered to shelter in place as police searched the area for the men. police found and arrested two of them. those two will be eye rained this morning. coming up next the pats getting ready to take on the bills noon the player getting a big hon-- bills. >> and a player getting a big honor from the league. >> and david ortiz plays the final game steve burton has highlights and reaction coming up next in
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wbz sports is driven by bmw. test drive a bmw today at your massachusetts bmw center or visit us at bmwmass.com. >> a big honor for one patriots player as the team takes on the bills. >> david ortiz guess a special send off in new york. steve burton has more in the morning sports. >> good morning. sox are back at fenway to open t big papi's career they got swept last night but david ortiz had fun. he was presented with a leather book full of greetings and well wishes from yankees past and present. rivera helped him unveil a oil painting of big papi tipping his cap the best present was no booing from the crowd. and the game itself not much doing for big papi. struck out in the first at bat
and then a standing ovation and betts and mookie had the night off. the rbi double off owens gave them the lead. sox lose the third in row 5-1. it was a special night for big papi in new york city. >> impressive man. it was no boo out there. seems like everybody was happy i am leaving. . >> the the first time for ever they cheered. >> yeah first time for everything man but it was very respectful and nice and i want to thank them again. >> total class. pats they had a walk through yesterday as they prepare for sunday's matchup with the bills both quartersbacks were on the field. meanwhile blount was named afc offensive player of the month. we will preview game on patriots all access tonight at 7 right here on wbz. wbz has it all for you on sunday pats host the bills at
post game show. that's sports for now i am steve burton now over to you. still to come in the next half-hour a final tribute to the former israeli president and prime minister. >> how leaders from around the world are coming together today to remember shimon peres. >> also a wild ride for some people at the big e. kind of scarry. we will tell you when we -- scary. we will tell you about that when we come back. >> good morning. we made it to the end of the week and the weather not changing. the unsettled temperatures in the 50s and there will be areas of showers developing today and more wet weather for the weekend. i will take you through the hour by hour timeline together when we dom back. stay -- come back.
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why it's about much more than what he did on the field when wbz this morning continues. >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. >> good morning thanks for joining us i am kate merrill. >> i am chris mckinnon. it's friday september 30th but you know what, we made it to the end of the week but it's dreary and rainy. >> we are having a dreary weekend first time in months. >> it's not going either. it's not like we will see the sunshine out for several days in a row so it's dismal stretch including today. 58234 boston cool -- 58 in boston. the wind at 17 mice per hour. essentially we have a nor'easter on our hands -- miles per hour. essentially we have a nor'easter on our hands. 59 chatham to the vineyard. 40. s north -- 0s -- 40s north and west of boston.
and pockets of rain in the cape and island. have the umbrella or raincoat today. mainly cloudy and dry to the morning rush hour. temperatures in the low 50s onaverage. only 55 to 60 today. showers developing along the south coast by midday, a raw gusty feel and scattered showers will be with us for the ride home with temperatures in the upper 50s. i will take you through the hour by hour to plan your weekend coming up. now on the roads with breana. >> reporter: traffic picking expressway from furnace brook to the parkway. from the north slow from route 139 to stoughton to 128 slowing you down a few minutes and volume is building on 128 in braintree. chris. >> thanks very much. about 5:32. checking top stories for you a man will be in court today charged with attacking his 3- year-old nephew. police say the attack was so
the child survived but is in the hospital with injuries to his face and neck. mcdonald is facing a list of charges including attempted murder he and indecent assault. the department of children's and families is working with investigators. more developing news this morning. two people hit by a tow truck at a busy intersection in newton. at least one of the victims suffered life-threatening injuries. this happened at the intersection of beacon street and langley road after 7 last night. the driver stopped at the scene so far no charges filed. 5:32. a 6-year-old boy is fight being for his life -- fighting for his life following a shooting at elementary school in south carolina. jakeo hall a kinder -- jacob hall a kindergarten was on a playground when a 1-year-old opened fire -- 14-year-old opened fire. another 6-year-old and teacher were shot. both are out of the hospital this morning. police say the teenage suspect shot and killed his father before targeting school. leaders from across the world are in jerusalem
minister of israel died on tuesday at the age of 93. president obama and president clinton both delivered eulogies. secretary of state john kerry also was there. president obama ordered all u.s. flags to fly at half-staff today at federal buildings and military installations in his honor. riders at the big e getting a bigger threne than expected. the wipe-out ride stalled and everyone got stuck on it. firefighters had to use a er one. the good news is no one was hurt. and the tufts field fair kicks off and a local olympian will play good part searching as grand marshal. oat physician kick off -- the official kick off she received praise after stopping to help another run her had fallen during a race. deas toono tripped over the woman and tore her acl and meniscus but finished the race. this weekend it's about
play the final regular game series. the grounds crew mode the image of david ortiz into center field and jon keller looks at what makes papi so popular. >> reporter: good morning. over the years, boston's sports fans have been blessed with many great athletes to root for. consider the likes of great bruins from bobby to ray bark and bill russell to larry bird and classic patriots from ron burton to tom brady an williams to tony and, of course, many, many more i don't have time to mention here so, why is david ortiz perhaps the most memorable boston athlete ever? let me count the ways. of course, there's the performance on the field. the incredible clutch hits. better than average fielding when he got the chance. and the passionate leadership hesheer joy for the game but other reasons why big papi is
plays his final regular say season games this -- season games this weekend. more than any sports figure i can think of, ortiz embraced our city and made it his own. i was lucky enough to be at the first home game after the marathon murders. and can testify to the emotional impact his heartfelt speech that day had. explicatives and all few if any sports stars have given back more enthusiastically than big papi especially when kids are involved. an to hit for a ailing wyoming boy that was promptly kept. david ortiz gave us much more than just our first taste of winning in nearly a century. he gave us all he had heart and soul on and off the field. and his celebration is a reminder that when you give bostonians your all we will love you back like no one else.
com or twitter at keller at large. >> who doesn't love big papi. >> just be likable we love you or sports just be likable. >> absolutely. tell ahead growing concerns on wall street as banking stocks take a hit. >> and ceo of wells fargo blasted on capitol hill. the scandal at the center of it all and what law makers are telling him. >> reporter: picking up the pieces after a train crashs into the historic station. we are live in hoboken new jersey with the latest on the investigation ane lost her life. . >> and good morning wbz weather watchers checking in with temperatures running in the 40s and oohs -- 50s. a cool wind off ocean for moat of us in the 50s right now. denise checking in with 59 degrees in plymouth and winds coming out of the northeast at 14 miles per hour. blustery wind and no pretty sunrise this morning in fact. we are not going to see the sun for a while. we will take you through the week wend we come back.
welcome back. bad news for parents the cost of child care keeps climbing. >> and many places
parents pay more for day care than college. the new american think tank says on average in state college tuition cost about 9400 dollars a year. average full-time day care 9600. in massachusetts, it's even more about 13,200 dollars a year. yes. it's so much. and yew can get your holiday hopping -- and you can get your holiday shopping down
wars fans. this morning at stores around the country toys from the newest film called. [audio not understandable] the toys include everything from action figures to legos and based on characters base on the movie who says the rebel plans to the original death star. movie hits theaters in december. >> yep. i will be at the movie. >> okay. that's what that means great. >> 7/elev and the ceo of wells fargo taking hits. >> and concerns about banking stocks. jill wagner is live with today's money watch. good morning jill. >> reporter: good morning chris and kate. deutsche bank the next lehman brothers? that's the concern for many investors pulling money from the bank. u.s. regulators are fining them 14 billion dollars over allegations related to mortgage securities leading up to the
whether they can survive. round two for wells fargo ceo lawmakers questioned him about the fake bank account scandal john stumpf apologize and law maker will introduce a bill to break up bank and others demand he steps down and another question why he sold 13 million dollars worth of stocks after finding out about the scandal. he denied any insider trading. and 7/eleven is celebrating the 50th birthday of known drink it sells the slurpee from now until november 11th they will sell slurpee pop tarts part of the year long slurpee bration what do you think. >>i don't know i am not sold on that what about you? >> reporter: i don't think i need a slurpee pop tart i like the cinnamon brown sugar pop tarts and ice slurpees. >> that's a good idea. >> keep it the original thanks very much.
>> my kids are bouncing off the walls when i give them a slurpee i can't imagine if i give them a slurpee pop tarts. >> the pop tarts won't have the icy texture. >> yeah i don't know. coming up, a new way to get the dunkin iced coffee in the morning. >> the new line of dunkin products and why the chain is hoping it will give starbucks a
the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state.
big now is for dunkin lovers the ice coffee will be sold in bottles at a store near you. the bottled beverages will be available early next year nationwide. dunk n says ready to drink coffee is a 2.3 billion dollar business -- dunkin says ready to drink coffee is a 2.3 billion dollar business that pepsi co and starbucks have. >> it's hard to believe because coffee around here is you get it at dunkin donuts you tha you -- dash you would need a ready to drink. >> now you see it in the milk section and i am sure they will put a dent in that. >> absolutely. we need our caffeine danielle especially for those of us who get up so early at 5 a.m. >> that's all we need a little bit of boost in the morning. especially on friday we made it to the end of the week good morning. and happy friday. fenway forecast the next few nights this is it but blue jays
today it will be cooler. showers will be in place and have the wet weather gear if you are headed to fenway any day. i do think we will speak in the sunday afternoon game with a brief passing shower. temperatures above where they will be the next couple days. 59. 58 in boston. same in taunton and 59 in chatham or 50 in lawrence and 40s north and west of town. we are cooler because of partial clearing overnight. and any sunshine we have early this morning it comes up under an hour from now while it last. clouds will fill back in along with pockets of rain. there is areas of rain south of nantucket. there's another batch to the west. but this is the one we are watching for today as it lifts northward and it will fill in it canly during the second half of the day. the south coast may get into areas of rain through early afternoon. and then it is scattered showers for the rest of us. downpours as well during the late afternoon and evening. and if you have friday evening plans, have the umbrella or raincoat with you. pockets of rain will continue tonight. here's the map tomorrow.
yellows so periods of rain and a cool onshore wind. just a gloomy raw feel with periods of rain continuing on through the evening. it will taper off until leftover light showers and patchy drizzle and fog as we head into saturday evening. sunday's map here is the map at 8:30. little green but not a ton. the sunday is the better of the two weekend days looking for dry weather. a lot of clouds around maybe a brief passing shower but a lot of the day i do think will be sp the cooler side. so scattered showers develop today 58th and the northeast wind still 10 to 20 miles per hour gusting occasionally higher. this is it tomorrow. 57 areas of rain cool and cloudy and couple showers on sunday but again not a big issue. we will be overcast with temperatures right around 60 and that includes the for the pats and bills at gillette a brief shower possible at 30% risk so keep in mind that means 70% chances you stay dry.
63 accu-weather seven-day forecast temperatures in the 60s through the start. and middle part of next week with gradual improvement. more sunshine pokes out especially by tuesday and wednesday. could be a little bit of lingering drizzle at the coast on tuesday afternoon. breana. >> reporter: an accident on a super busy spot for the morning commute route 24 north it's right at 128 it's in randolph and blocking the right shoulder and see there's stop and go traffic back to exit 19 at harrison boulevard. you will sit in about minutes worth of bumper to bumper traffic to get through this which you want to avoid so we have a couple alternate routes get on 138 or 28 and take those up to 128. chris and kate. >> thanks very much. a boston neighborhood on alert plus the latest on the deadly train crash in new jersey. >> a man accused of atab his young nephew here ruer top stories on this friday morning. >> reporter: i am nicole jacobs live in worcester where the man faces a judge today accused of
nephew. he initially called 911 claiming that he had killed his nephew and left him inside an apartment. police arrived but that little boy was alive conscious and alert but police say he had been attacked several times. the injuries are nonlife- threatening and authorities believe the little boy will be okay. the boy's uncle 21-year-old taj mcdonald has been taken into custody and charged. he is set to face several charges that's the latest from worcester. nicole jacobs wbz this morning. a warning from police this morning after a sexual assault in jamaica plain a woman said a man wearing a mask threatened her with a gun took her cell phone and sexually assaulted her. she ace it -- she says it happened around 1:30 around gayhead and mendon streets. police urge you to avoid walking alone and be aware of
where federal investigators are working hard to determine when caused a train to plow into this historic station at a high rate of speed of the they will look at that train's data recorder and also surveillance video he. it happened yesterday -- video. it happened yesterday morning before 9. witnesses describe chaos as passengers tried to escape the metal and downed wires. one woman 34-year-old fabiola bittar de kroon was killed by debris as she stood on the more than 100 others were injured and coming up at 6, we will have more on the train's engineer who survived the crash. for now live in hoboken new jersey louisa moller. newton mayor speak out after students caught on camera waving a confederate flag outside newton north high school. the mayor says the incident is unacceptable and spoke with students yesterday and will meet with them again next week. meantime, the superintendent tells the globe he cannot reveal what punishment the students involved are facing
police are investigating. rescuers say the dog stuckneck deep in mud. the firefighters pulled it from the muddy pawn near liberty square yesterday. a low officials are hoping the own-- officials are hoping the owner coming for pgh >>reporter: i am chantee lans live at fenway park where david ortiz will pay in the final last night he was honored by the yankees and his family was with him as he received a leather books of players past and present and oil painting and most surprising yankees fans applauded him all night during the game. as for fans at fenway park, they are asked to arrive two hours early. game time tonight starts at 7:10. for now live in boston chantee lans wbz this morning. a local man says he is
returning his grand father's world war i doing tag. it belonged to joseph e hughes was found on a road if randolph. after a push from the help from the public officer aldred was able to track down the man's oldest living grandson and namesake. >> he probably had it on his neck when he fought in the battles in france and now it's full circle back to here to me. >> he says this inspired him and do more research on his family history. still to come this friday morning, the weekend is almost here and we are taking a look back at the week's biggest stories. >> the week that was is straight ahead. >> reporter: who ho's the most popular politician in massachusetts and could governor baker and senator warren face serious challenges when they run for reelection? eyebrow raising results from the wbz umass amherst poll when
joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance
to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead. then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped.
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live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. >> good morning thanks for joining us i am kate merrill. >> i am chris mckinnon and it's friday september 30th and at 6 a toddler attacked. his uncle accused of attempted murder. the charges he faces in worcester this morning. >> and new developments in a mystery at sea a new search warrant served and fbi now on the case. >> and a warning for women following a sexual jamaica plain. >> a lot of news on in their friday morning but first the forecast on this dreary friday more of the same. >> more rain is on way. >> showers that actually develop over us during the day today. good morning. and happy friday. we made it to the end of the week. it's cool start north and west of boston. 46 in keene. 49 in worcester. 58 in boston and 50 in lawrence. of us in the upper 50s. there will be -- most of us in the upper 50s.